For this demo, Infrastructure Requirement:
- 1 DC SERVER (DC-CLOUD.Sifad.ae)
- 1 Client PC running Windows 10 (CLIENT-10)
01 – open Server Manager Click Add roles and features.
02 – Click Next to proceed
03 – Choose Remote Desktop Services installation button and click next to proceed.
04 – on the Select deployment type box, click Quick Start (I choose this because I only have One Server for RDS and Remote Apps)
05 – Next, on the Select deployment scenario box, choose Session-based desktop deployment.
06 – On the Select a Server box, verify your RDS server and the IP address (in my case, my RDS server is DC-CLODU.Sifad.ae / 172.16.1.254).
07 – On the Confirm selections box, verify the roles to be installed and click Restart the destination. box and then click Deploy.
08 – wait till the process completed. your server will restart after the RDS roles installed.
09 – once you log in to the server, on the Server Manager, click Remote Desktop Services. and then click QuickSessionCollection to proceed with next configuration.
10 – On the RemoteApp Programs column, Click TASKS and click Publish RemoteApps Programs.
11 – Next, on the Select RemoteApps programs box, choose any software that you want to publish to our users. for my case.. I going to use Server Manager to publish to Administrator. so I Select Server Manager.
12 – Next, on the confirmation box, verify the program that you want to publish and click Publish button then Close.
13 – Next, on the Windows 10. open Internet Explorer and type your full server link such as in my case https://DC-CLOUD.Sifad.ae/rdweb. this is to log in to your RDWEB website.
14 – Next, click on the More information then Click on Go on to the webpage (not recommended).
15 – on the Work Resources page, enter your Domain user name & password.
16 – Finally, you should have your Server Manager on the RDWEB page. in my case, is my Server Manager for Administrator Purpose only.
17 – to verify the functionality of the program, double click on the Server Manager and click on the Connect button.
18 – And see on… my Server Manager is now open.